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Title
[Southern Pacific Railroad Sacramento Shops complex: celebration to mark arrival of SP steam locomotive No. 5000]
Creator
Unknown
Date Created and/or Issued
[1925]
Contributing Institution
California State Railroad Museum Library
Collection
California Revealed from California State Railroad Museum Library
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Description
Celebration for arrival of the first 3-cylinder compound 4-10-2 class of locomotive, 5000 series. It was the first 4-10-2 locomotive built for the SP. View is looking east. Both ends of the Roundhouse are visible.
A similar view was reproduced on the cover of the company magazine, the Southern Pacific Bulletin, for July 1925. Original measurements: 1 photographic print; 7-1/2 x 9-1/2 in.
Type
image
Format
Unknown
Photograph
Still Image
Extent
1 Page of 1
Identifier
cscrm_000064
caps001248
http://archive.org/details/cscrm_000064
negative number: CSRM Negative 1243. Original .tiff file name: csrm_15
Subject
Railroads
1920-1929
Provenance
California State Railroad Museum Library and Archives
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